Mariano Rivera is 42 years old, and this is the last year of his existing contract with the New York Yankees. Before the season started, there was speculation that he would retire in the fall. And then after Rivera tore his ACL Thursday night, there was speculation that we might've seen the last of him as a major-league pitcher. A torn ACL almost certainly means that Rivera's 2012 is over.
It's ironic that New York Yankees closer Mariano Rivera, the all-time leader in saves, tore his ACL chasing a fly ball in batting practice before Thursday's game against the Kansas City Royals, via ESPN. Manager Joe Girardi said on ... Read Post
If there's one thing we've learned about New York Yankees closer Mariano Rivera throughout the years, it's that we should never count him out. Since Rivera tore his ACL on May 3 while going after fly balls in batting practice, he ha... Read Post